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Continuum Tips and Tricks: Episode 2 – How to use Continuum without buying an adapter

Continuum Tips and Tricks: Episode 2 – How to use Continuum without buying an adapter

| December 8, 2015 | 6 Replies

Dear MNB Readers! Welcome to another episode of Continuum Tips and Tricks! I would like to demonstrate how users can use Continuum for phones without having to buy a Miracast Wireless Display Adapter (or wired Continuum Dock) by utilizing devices that you may already own. Continuum utilizes a technology called Miracast (my wife says it […]

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Pimping my Band with Nokia Nostalgia!

Pimping my Band with Nokia Nostalgia!

| January 29, 2015 | 5 Replies

Dear MNB Readers! Does that wallpaper on the Microsoft Band look familiar to you? That isn’t a Microsoft made wallpaper…I’ll come back to what’s behind the 12:02…and to the Band. Let’s briefly talk Windows Phone. Since the launch of Windows Phone 7, critics have often spoken out against a perceived lack of customization options for Windows Phone. Depending […]

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Weekend Watch: Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter Unboxing and Lumia 1520 and 635 Demonstration

Weekend Watch: Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter Unboxing and Lumia 1520 and 635 Demonstration

| December 7, 2014 | 10 Replies

Good Day MNB Readers! We have managed to secure a Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter (WDA) that allows you to wirelessly mirror or cast what is on your device’s screen to a larger display such as a HDMI equipped TV or monitor. Here is a quick run down of the features: See it all on your big screen Share […]

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What’s Next for MyNokiaBlog?

What’s Next for MyNokiaBlog?

| April 30, 2014 | 122 Replies

We’ve been reading a lot of comments suggesting what’s next for MNB; and that’s a difficult question to answer. We love the community that we’ve built here and all our dedicated readers; we take pride in being the go-to source for anything Nokia related, whether it’s a simple how-to guide, or a long rant about […]

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Video: Sailfish OS running on Nokia N9 (+ guide)

Video: Sailfish OS running on Nokia N9 (+ guide)

| December 10, 2013 | 36 Replies

News of Sailfish running on the N9 has been circulating the interwebs for a bit. I’ve been using it on one of my N9s for a few days, and made this little video showing it off. http://youtu.be/u5ii7k-OYM8 Now, the easiest way to install it is to follow the guide for installing Nemo and replacing the Nemo.tar.bz2 […]

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XNU/Darwin/iOS port to Nokia N900!

XNU/Darwin/iOS port to Nokia N900!

| November 22, 2013 | 18 Replies

It takes a special phone to be talked about in the tinkering sense years after launch but there’s just nothing like the Nokia N900! It carves such a special place in many Nokia fan’s hearts as somewhere Nokia could have completely dominated had they the courage to go with that platform. Anyway, I just read […]

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Nokia Multi-Faced Smart Watch Patent and Prototype Demo Appear

Nokia Multi-Faced Smart Watch Patent and Prototype Demo Appear

| October 17, 2013 | 24 Replies

In a world where wearable tech seems to be the next big thing (google glass, Galaxy gear etc.) it should come as no surprise that Nokia are/were working on their own smart watch concept. The watch rather than having a single display is actually composed of 6 physical segments that make the wristband of the watch. […]

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N9Apps: Nineshark – Grooveshark client for MeeGo-Harmattan

N9Apps: Nineshark – Grooveshark client for MeeGo-Harmattan

| October 8, 2013 | 7 Replies

This has been on the radar for a while (not sure if I’ve posted it before) but it recently got a fairly big update, and I felt like it needed to be shared. The UI is impressive if you ask me, and the app is very feature filled. If you’re on the N9, and you […]

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NaviFirm+ 2.0 Released – Allows Firmware Downloads Once Again

NaviFirm+ 2.0 Released – Allows Firmware Downloads Once Again

| August 15, 2013 | 18 Replies

To any Symbian, Maemo or MeeGo-Harmattan user, NaviFirm was the best tool, for being able to install updated firmware for your Nokia device. Lumia owners then got to join in briefly, until the service was pulled earlier this year, when Nokia did some server side encryption and what not. It seems, thanks to some rather […]

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